Thursday, September 16, 2021

Calling All Big Homegrown Tomatoes

The Farmers’ Market at Blair Square will hold a Biggest Tomato Contest this Sunday, September 5th.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Public Clinic to be Held September 14th

The Town of Ashland in collaboration with Mass Bay Community College will be holding a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on September 14, 2021 from 1pm – 4pm..The clinic will be held at Mass Bay Community College at 270 Eliot Street, Ashland.  This clinic is available for anyone 12 years old and up.

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Lower Your Carbon Footprint: Learn More from Your Neighbors

Did you know that, besides heating and cooling our homes, transportation is the next largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions?  Do you want to lower your carbon footprint? Might your next car be an electric vehicle?  A hybrid?  A plug-in hybrid? Want to learn more?

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Select Board: August 30, 2021 Meeting

The August 30, 2021 meeting of the Holliston Select Board was called order by Chair Tina Hein right at 7:00pm. Sitting in the Town Administrator’s seat was Acting Town Administrator, Fire Chief Michael Cassidy. During the course of the meeting Cassidy wore three (four?) different hats.

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Fire / EMS Log for Week of August 21 – 27, 2021

A week of pre-dawn calls, except for the weekend when the ambulance crews got a couple extra hours of sleep.

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Cultural Council 2022 Grant Request Period Opens September 1st

The Holliston Cultural Council seeks funding proposals from local artists, organizations, and schools. The Council provides cultural programming for a variety of ages and interests throughout the year, including music and dance performances, visual arts exhibits and workshops, and school-based events. Many events were still able to take place during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Council looks forward to offering continued innovative events and workshops in 2022.

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Holliston Happenings: Week of August 29, 2021

School opens on Wednesday – drive carefully.
Zoom in to any of the Board / Committee meetings this week.

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“Celebrating on Central” in 2021

After an unprecedented cancellation in 2020, due to the pandemic, the 30th annual Celebrate Holliston festivities will continue this year on September 18th, in a new location. This year, Celebrate Holliston is excited to be “Celebrating on Central” Street. The downtown, street-party style event will stretch down Central Street (closed from Washington Street to Blair Square) to bring the community together in a family-friendly, spaced-out, outdoor space – with the additional benefit of offering walking and biking access directly from the Rail Trail.

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Don’t Forget: Historical Society’s Harvest Fair Coming Soon

A reminder – Don’t miss the 40th Holliston Historical Society Fair.
Date: September 19, 2021. (Rain date – September 26, 2021)
Time: 10 AM to 4 PM

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Veterans and Senior Cookout and Community Closet Cleanup

The Holliston Lions Club will be holding their annual cookout for Seniors and Veterans (normally held in June) at the Holliston Senior Center. All Seniors and Veterans in Holliston are welcome to attend. There is no charge for this event.  It will be held on Sunday, September 19.  Seating begins at 11:45 with food being served at 12:00.

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Back to School September 1st: Here’s the September Lunch Menu

A new school year and a new menu format. Here’s to a great / nutritious school year for everyone.

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Holliston Real Estate Sales: July 2021 – Part 2

Here are the remainder of the 40 Holliston properties that transferred ownership in July. Also, there is the year-to-year comparison of the housing market in town.

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